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Too many options - need help
I am in the process of getting estimates to onvert from oil to gas heat in my home. I have gotten 3 estimates and 3 different options. Can someone recommend one over another. here are the scenarions:
1- Burnham furncae with indirect vent hot water heater
2- Burnham furnace with direct vent hot water heater
3- Navien furnace combo hot water heat
Is either burnahm or Navien better? I would think having a separate hot water heater is best in order to shut off the furnace in warm weather. Or does that matter with the igh efficieny furnaces now? I currently do that with my oil heat.
Thanks for any help or recommendations!